Tiny House in a Landscape

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S McDonald sent this weeks Tiny House in a Landscape photo and says: attached is a photo of a Tiny House in a Landscape; I pass it every time I drive to the bank. It’s located in Northwest Georgia, on Old Highway 411.

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EW - December 20, 2014 Reply

Sweet photo, but I wonder how the owners would feel about you publishing a photo of their house without their permission. I know there is no negative intention here, and I love your project, but not everyone is flattered by blog exposure. Permission’s important.

    kim - December 20, 2014 Reply

    Let us enjoy, please.

    James - March 21, 2016 Reply

    EW, I am so thankful that you are concerned over the legality of taking pictures.

    I am a little concerned that the air you are breathing was illegally obtained from your neighbor.
    Did you even ask their permission before breathing their free air the trees on their property create?

    Or, did you just assume that it is ok to steal air because it doesn’t matter?
    Not everyone gives everything away for free, you know.

    Of course, I am making light of the situation here.

    Sometimes, it’s best to learn how to get along with each other.
    Instead of inventing silly excuses to sue everyone, & their brother!

Paul - December 20, 2014 Reply

How do you know they didn’t ask permission?

Simp - December 20, 2014 Reply

I would be flattered. Why do people have to make negative’s out of a positive thing. Enjoy life.

ric.garcia - December 20, 2014 Reply


    Big Mike - December 20, 2014 Reply

    EW, look how the place is decorated, do you think this means the owners don’t want anyone looking, or taking a picture?? You must work for a government agency which delights in rules, regulations, and protocol. You need counseling. Lighten up!!

Fred - December 21, 2014 Reply

This is not somebody’s private residence, it is a historical structure on public display. I believe it’s on state property and has been decorated by Georgia Parks employees.

And it is NOT a “house”.

George Lawrence - December 22, 2014 Reply

I bet that place has been photographed thousands of times. It’s definitely got to be on google maps satellite pictures.

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